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of the spy agency and top deputy are expected to leave in the coming year and giving president obama a chance to appoint his own replacements. keith alexander has led the agency since 2005 and longest tenure ever for an nsa director. folks say the decision to leave was long planned and not reaction to recent revelations about surveillance practices. >>> the nsa is apparently playing a key role in the cia's drone program overseas.
the obama administration, the very aggressive way they have been going after government officials who have provided information to reporters, particularly classified information, but not exclusively. i was asked by the committee to explore the relationship between the obama administration and the press in this context of the kinds of work, the relationship between governments and the press and the press's right to work. i was surprised by what i found. it goes way beyond the war on leaks. i have found this administration to be remarkably controlling. i will tell you how that happened. my findings are based on several dozen interviews. news executive, government transparency advocates, government officials. plus, there is a study that i did -- i think these are the most complete accounts that anyone has come up with. during the bush and obama administrations -- so we can make comparisons, and the application of the patriot act and the national surveillance programs. the obama administration's aggressive war on leaks and its efforts to control the flow of information -- is without equal sinc
little later here on al jazerra. >>> barack obama has called up the french president and talked about accusations that the u.s. has been spying on millions of french citizens the allegations come from further leaks by the u.s. whistle blower edward snow 10. we are talking in paris the u.s. secretary the state john kerry is saying the united states is reviewing how it gather intelligence. >> as president obama said, very clearly in a recent speech that he gave at the united nations general assembly just a few weeks ago, he said we in the united states are currently reviewing the way that we gather intelligence. and i think that's appropriate. that our goal is always to try to find the right balance between protecting the security and the privacy of our citizens. >> amnesty international says u.s. drone strikes are illegal and could amount to war crimes. human rights group investigated 45 strikes in north west pakistan between january of last year and august of this year.
obama was forced to admit this. >> there's no sugarcoating it, the website has been too slow, people have been getting stuck during the application process, and i think it's fair to say that nobody's more frustrated by that than i am. >> but just a few weeks ago, the president said complaints about the law were baseless. >> most of the stories you'll hear about how obama care just can't work is just not based on facts. every time they have predicted something not working, it's worked. >> and, of course, up until now, all the problems were just itty-bitty little glitches. >> there is no doubt that in implementing the affordable care act, the program of this significance, there are going to be some glitches. like any law. like any big product launch. there are going to be some glitches, as this thing unfolds. like every new law, every new product rollout, there are going to be some glitches in the sign-up process. along the way,. >> but today, we're supposed to believe that the president is really frustrated. and he's promising to get it right this time. >> nobody's madder than me abou
refusing to accept the legitimacy of president obama. they now want to declare the 2012 election a, quote, mistrial. that comment comes from this man. former senator jim demint. he's the tea partier who tried to use obama care to, quote, break the president. and who was a driving force behind the government shutdown. and now in a new wall street journal op-ed out today, he says, quote, obama care was not the central fight in 2012. the best thing is to declare last year's election a mistrial on obama care. declare the election a mistrial? obama care was not the central fight of 2012? was he watching the same campaign i was? >> we passed obama care. and it was the right thing to do. >> when we're elected, we're going to get rid of obama care and return health care to the people. >> repeal obama care. and that's exactly what we're going to do. >> get rid of obama care and replace it with real -- >> here is how you repeal obama care. >> i said we'd pass health care reform. we passed it. >> oh, you're right, mr. demint. health care wasn't an issue at all in 2012. let's just declare it a mistri
the standoff never ended because now obama can get back to work. the can that keeps getting kicked down the road is us. our american cans just got punted all over the place. i'd show you the bruises but this is a family show. we have $17 trillion in debt and a president who mocked us for caring. with the media firmly up his own can obama referred to the debt debate as injustice itself. if he wants our money he has to go through them. he cultivated fear unleashing tune tif actions during the shutdown. ten port potties available, one or two for business making his rhetoric for crap. it's really shut up and hand over your wallet. my suggestion, next time there is no next thyme. make this permanent and refuse to hand over our wallets. remove your eyelids first. so last night obama was asked if this will happen again. let's roll that. >> is this going to happen all over again in a few months? >> no. >> that was my favorite speech he's ever made. here's the thing andrea. can we save all of our talking points for next february? this is going to happen again. >> put them in a drawer on microsof
for watching. see you tomorrow. >>> the obama administration tries emergency surgery. a tech surge on a health care overhaul seemingly in critical condition. this is "special report." >> good evening. i'm bret baier. prices are going down. the president made those claims as a new kind of troop surge is deployed involving people with computers instead of guns. jim ang sl here with a breakdown of disappointing numbers for the president. we begin with the chief correspondent who reported he was in full mode today. >> good evening. the president says the product is good, the delivery system, not so much. so he's calling on the best and brightest computer folks from government and private industry to fix it it. backed by a few people who navigated the sign up promise rngs the president promised many more the problems will be fictioned. >> nobody is madder than me about the fact that the website isn't working as well as it should. which mean it's going to get fixed. >> obama insisted the website's problems don't reflect the rest of the affordable care act. but critics say the signup should have been
for everybody. there is no sugar coating it. >> president obama admitting the obvious but still not taking much action against those who screwed up the rollout of obama care. charles krauthammer and brit hume on that. >> what would you say to the people who pulled the trigger? >> shame on you. there is a whole section of my heart that's gone. >> the epidemic of violent black youth crime continues. >> how would you respond to the veterans that are aoffended by the removal of these lights. >> also a wealthy town in maine disrespecting christmas and military veterans. jesse watters confronts city leaders. >> all they wanted was a christmas tree. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanksoror watching us tonight. it is personal between president obama and conservative americans. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. don't expect much compromise in washington for the rest of barack obama's tenure in office. that's because partisan feelings are so bitter detaunt will be difficult to reach. the presid
in the house as they profile encourage and getting in another slam at obama care. >> imagine after the house republicans stood together with the american people, if all 46 senate republicans have stood together and said we are united against the train wreck that is obama care. we are united with the american people, that if president obama is going to give an exception for big business for members of congress, that the american people deserve that very same exception. i want you to imagine, mr. president, if senate republicans have stood together and simply supported house republicans and the american people. >> chief congressional correspondent dana bash joins me live. what is happening now? what's the latest? >> the senate is voting on the second and final vote to formally send this deal, this bill to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling over to the house. the vote -- the initial vote was huge, hugely bipartisan approved overwhelmingly 83-16. so only 16 republicans voted no on this, and some of the people who voted no, in fact, most of them you probably wouldn't be shocked at,
with two key lawmakers, senator dick durbin. abundance, our panel on the continues problems with obama care. and our power player of the week, a 13-year-old whiz kid behind the shut down. >>> and hello again from fox news in washington. government workers are back on the job after that 16 day partial shut down. joining us now, bun of the gop leaders at the center of the debate, florida senator marco rubio. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you for having me back. >> you're one of 18 that voted against the deal to reopen the government. was that a political gesture or were you really prepared to keep the government shut down? >> let me be clear, i never was in favor of shutting down the government or in defunding the government. i was in favor of voting to fund the government fully. the only thing i didn't want to see us is us waste any more money on obama care which is already a disaster. just the sign up on the exchanges, which was supposed today be the easy part of this endeavor, has turned into a fiasco. why waste a penny more on that? and i think what is important to remember
of the sequestration cuts that would derail the economy. at the last minute mrs. obama and boehner cut a deal to avert that calamity. this year's 2013 budget ceiling standoff is now scheduled to go into 2014 reveals a new path in america's policy. the fundamental functions of the government, it means that the white house and congress, they failed to negotiate until the crisis looms. and then only acts at the last minute. question, is this the new normal on the american politics? timothy? >> the reason that it is the new normal isn't just that the parties are that separated. these giant groups that can go out and fund. so the party leaders, they don't have the control that they used to have. rank and file senators and congress really had to listen to what the speaker or the majority leader would tell them to do because that is the only one for them to raise money. but now if you are a member in either groups, you can go to the internet that don't rely on the business lobbyists and who they are upsetting. so they will go out to a bunch of conservatives who will watch their ads. >> well, you're right. th
a message for team obama care. we hope they are listening. it's time for kathleen sebelius, health and human services secretary to go. for the hour i'll be joined by a studio audience. some will disagree with that. before we hear from them it is important to point out how disastrous the obama care roll out has been from day one. the blame falls squarely at the feet of the secretary of the health and human services which is exactly why the republican national committee is calling for her to be held accountable. in addition launching a twitter campaign with the hashtag fire sebelius they released this video. >> is there a accept i don't you fore soo that might delay the individual mandate open enrollment? >> no. i think we are on target. we hope to reach about 7 million people. >> error messages, page not found. >> we are on track to flip the switch on october 1. >> system down. it's been a tough, nearly two weeks for obama care. >> new markets will pope in every state in the country. >> i failed again. >> i couldn't make this page work. >> and a again. >> it logged me out. >> and again. >> it
says not so fast. >> this is a terrible deal. >> leading the charge to gut obama care and leaving his party splintered in his wake, our dana bash with tea party favorite texas republican ted cruz. then what's next for the tea party? our political panel weighs in on the fiscal fiasco the flawed health care launch and the 2014 midterms. good morning from washington. despite a failed effort to defund obama care that resulted in bringing much of the government to a stand still for 16 days, senator ted cruz isn't giving up the fight. and even though he isn't winning many friends here in washington, republicans in his home state are standing by their man. cruz received a hero's welcome saturday at a texas convention of republican women. and cnn's chief congressional correspondent dana bash was there. dana, that was quite a hero's welcome, right? >> they greeted him as a hero sh not as a senator. i asked ted cruz about criticism from his own party, the like of which i have rarely seen in washington including from john mccain who called what senator ted cruz did a deception of the american pe
hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes. president obama appeared in the rose garden today to remind his conservative critics just why obama care matters and why you should be listening to the gleeful conservative attacks on the health care exchange's rollout with a big grain of salt. >> i'm sure that given the problems with the website so far, they're going to be looking to go after it even harder, but i just want to remind everybody, we did not wage this long and contentious battle just around a website. we waged this battle to make sure that millions of americans in the wealthiest nation on earth finally have the same chance to get the same security of affordable, quality health care as anybody else. >> today the president defended his health care law against a chorus of disingenuous critics who are suddenly very concerned that people are having trouble signing up through healthcare.gov. >> obama care is, indeed, a train wreck. i mean, a visit to the website is kind of like a trip to the department of motor vehicles in your state. >> i've heard t
as if the majority that voted for president obama are an invading force of others or group of lesser americans. who should be credited with 3/5 of the vote before the civil war. it's that fight again. i once think of a man standing at the robert lee mansion yelling to keep up the fight. i overwhat he meant. he meant the old confederate fight against change. brought back in the 21st century to battle anything marked obama. anything that says this man was elected president of the united states. now in this third battle of bull run, the rebel cry in stars and bars are rejoining the cause. they speak of secession and nullification and all the old language leading up to the war between the united states. they cheer openly at ripping apart the political party. this time it's the republicans, to free them from total war. alongside the battlefield where the women and children once watched we saw the limbaughs and ericksons that turned out to cheerlead. like the women who got their name back in the earlier time from general hooker. yes, there's money in war. even this phony war of filibusters and jibes at p
to gretawire.com. tell me about obama care. has it been good for you? bill o'reilly is next. >>> the o'reilly factor is on tonight. >> all of us need to stop focusing on the lobbyists and the bloggers and the talking heads on radio and the professional activists who profit from conflict. >> president obama scorching his opponents in the aftermath of the funding settlement. we'll have analysis tonight with laura ingraham and carl bernstein. >> there's congressional people who want to paralyze the system. i think what sits underneath it, unfortunately, is probably some racism involved. >> once again, a famous liberal using the race card in political analysis. i will analyze that. >>> in is the world stage, not an oprah panel, for god's sakes. >> dennis miller mad as hell over the government in general and so are you. we'll read some of your angry letters this evening. >>> caution, you are about to open the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. what happened last night? that's the evening of this evening's talking points. first of all, i promise never to say,
's -- >> now, no obama care on the table in anyway shape or form, right? >> there's a tax in -- that's apparently in this agreement that the labor unions didn't like, it's called a reassurance tax, that would be postponed or cancelled. we'll have to see. >> do you know what that is? >> i know it costs the union members something every month, 83 dollars or something like that is what i understand to be the case. but we have -- i'd like to see this in a fuller context before i -- >> it's a little picayune thing -- >> don't be surprised tomorrow if we find out more about this plan. i think the broad -- >> all the chaos the last few weeks about funding obama care and the mandate, that's all gone? that all goes away? >> no. well, bill, remember, this has first got to get through the senate. and then it's got to get through the house. there's no certainty it probably could pass the senate. >> i'm talking about reid and mcconnell, we have no indication there's any give on the single person payment or anything like that? it's probably not even -- they're probably going to avoid it? >> yeah,
to de-fund obama care? it was one of the most i hdioti things you could ever think of. ed, thanks for leaving that press conference early to meet me for sushi earlier. americans in general, do they get anything out of this? it seems to me they're the losers in all of this. >> reporter: well, do the american people get anything? i mean, i think there are conservatives around the country certainly sending me tweets and saying, look. they're standing with ted cruz because they think that john boehner and mitch mcconnell and some of these other leaders in washington haven't stood, in their estimation, on principle. and that while cruz ended up not getting very much of anything that he wanted at the beginning that he stood up, he forced, you know, this big calamity, and there are certainly people at the white house who believe it was disaster and that it was a waste of time. but there are conservatives who believe that it was time to take a stand against the president's health care law. and they're going to live to fight another day on it. and so they don't think it was a waste of time
that rolled out obama care's website to fix its problems now? >> we're not interested in monday morning quarterbacking. >>> on the left, van jones. on the right, s.e. cup. in the crossfire, obama care damage control, what's the best prescription? tonight on crossfire. >>> welcome to crossfire. i'm s.e. cupp on the right. >> do you remember the fail whale? i do. do you remember that? back during twitter, the early days of twitter, and this would come up, it's called the fail whale and admit that once again the site was down. used to hate that thing. but you know what? nobody talks about it anymore. nobody remembers it, because twitter works. they fixed the site. it's the same thing with the obama care web site. truly it is embarrassing to have the fail whale hanging over the white house, but it will not be there forever. and when it's gone, millions of people are going to have much needed health care. and that's something that everybody's going to remember. >> well, the problem isn't just with the website. older sick people who desperately want health insurance will log on 25 times. they
not voting for a clean r but holding to the requirement that there be a modification in the obama care plan. shutdown of parts of government rests squarely on the shoulders of the president and the democratic party who refuse issues.iate over petty it is unfortunate that the media has chosen to level the blame for shutdown on the republicans when, in fact, the day is going to come, i am afraid, when we are going to really regret that program hase granted the modern state with the enforcement authority. the irs, the death panels, and the destruction of our free enterprise health services in this nation. host: who is your representative? caller: scott pickton. host: appreciate your call this evening. more of your calls coming up. they list the 16 who voted to and the debate. this is a final passage, but the senators who voted against literature are, john cornyn, senatorcrapo's cruise, michael lee, rand paul, rubio, shelby, to me, and senator better. are democrats line. caller: i will first say thank you to our wonderful president and harry reid. i would like to thank those on the house side w
that spending a whole lot less money than we're doing today. >> let me ask you about obama care, because that fight does not appear to be going away. your colleague, senator ted cruz, has said that he would do anything in the future to stop the train wreck that is obama care. do you believe the fight against obama care is over? >> well, i think focusing on obama care takes you away from the larger picture, david. we have $128 trillion worth of unfunded liabilities and the total net worth of our country is 94 trillion and we have another $17 trillion worth of debt. what we ought to be doing is how do we secure the future? you know, i heard your panelists talk about the markets and the growth and the decrease in gdp. our problem with growth, in spite of what jack lew is going to tell you, is there is no confidence in the country about the future. and until you have leadership that brings our nation together rather than advantages themselves by dividing this, we're not going to solve these problems. and we have to be truthful about what the real problem is. >> let me stick to obama care. se
. >> the obama care website meltdown, and the president's personal tough. a woman faints at the white house. he comes to her aid. she is well enough to join me live. that's coming next. >> the president's ailing health plan, seems like a metaphor for the rollout, computer problems for hundreds of thousand. there is this, the woman standing behind the president, teetering. >> the one illness -- >> you are okay. i am right here. i got you. no, you are okay. this happens when i talk too long. >> the ultimate example of obama care. i will talk to her a moment. president obama on the defensive about his big, troubled obama care website. >> i am willing to work with anyone on any idea to, to make this law perform even better. but it is time for folks to stop rooting for its failure. because hard working middle-class families are rooting for its success. >> joining me now, white house press secretary, jay carnie. thank you for joining me. what guarantees were given off to the president that obama care and its system were ready to go live and who gave them? >> well, there is a lot of fascination obviou
and require cabinet members and members of congress to live being covered by obama care. after talking to the republican members speaker boehner chose his words carefully. >> there are a lot of opinions, and no decision of what we will do. we'll work with our members on both sides of the aisle to make sure that there is no issue of default and get our government reopened. >> reporter: this comes as senate harry reid and mitch mcconnell are working to reopen the government and extend the debt ceiling and reid doesn't like the house alternative and called it extreme. >> this is so disappointing. on the eve of financial destruction for this great country and that's what it is. to appease a small group of people over there, i am so disappointed. >> reporter: about the senate talks white house spokesman jay carney said they are far from a deal and all eyes are on the house to see if they have the votes to pass the measure. >> thank you, mike. >> we are 15 days in the shutdown now. the house passed 15 mini spending bills and the senate refused to act on them. despite thatment the grand canyo
than the republicans, beinger than obama. this is about whether america a governable. i think that they lost, and i am happy happy happy. how are you? >> first of all, this is about cross roads. i think this is a sad day for america. i think it's a day where we didn't fix obama care, which is failing in every single state. it's a day when we didn't fix the budget which will bankrupt our children and grandchildren. it's a day that we didn't fix the bureaucracies, we saw no sign of the president leading the country. what we saw was a partisan vilifying his opponents in a way that makes for sense for an incumbent president. but tonight, in "crossfire", we have to congressmen, rhode island david sissolini, and steve this is part of my pop you list bias, i guess. we see leaders meeting in secret to design a secret deal which they announce the principles up, which they released the 35 pages of, which the senate will vote on before the american people know what's in it. in the end we're not going to get anything major. we're going to kick the can down the road. don't you think we sho
beyond the pale of what should be expected. >>ra now, president obama's inner circle is criticizing obamacare. it is shaping up to be a major disaster for american workers. >> we will have the latest.l ha >> and nobody can explain it, but it does president mean wetht should make up stories like children to explain. muc >> your saying there isn't aliev good is as much as those who believe. an nbc correspondent ss yes. we will tell you what that is all about. >> i just think it's congress. >> i think probably the republicans are getting blamed but i don't know if they deserve it. >> just who is responsible for causing pain to american military families? we did an on-the-street report. stossel has the results. >> what would you like to have seen the president done? >> resign. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the government shutdown stuff will be solved this week. but because i don't want to bore you to tears, i'm not going it cover the never ending back and forth. if anyth
. >>> hello, everyone. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." >>> president obama must be dreaming of the day, the shutdown days, now that the disastrous obama care scheme is finally being vetted. we've got a lot more in store for you so stay with us for the full hour. we're going to talk about whether or not arnold is trying to game the system to run for president in 2015. did you see the kim kardashian's post on intragram that set the internet on fire? what's with that? why would you put the banner like that? weep got the back story. >> why the red ribbon? >> speaking of kim kardashian, one of her biggest fans is bob beckle. bob beckle has gone country. giddyup, bob. first, obama care. you know it's really bad when even nancy pelosi is admitting there are problems. >> there's no question that what's happened -- excuse me, thank you, with the system for the national plan is something that has to be inproved. i hope that we will have some answers soon and that the answer will be okay. we found the glitch or whatever it is. it's been corrected. >> we found the glitch. that's all it
right now. >>> good evening. it is day two of the government working an open and day 18 of obama care open and kind of not working. it's the biggest social program in over 40 years and the fortunes democratic party an the live of tens of millions of our fellow americans rides on its success and it's been in the cross hairs. >> i will do everything necessary and anything possible to defund obama care. >> well, it turns out the republicans managed to bring everything to a halt but obama care, which launched right as republicans were shutting down the government. not the death panels or socialist takeover, but the real thing and it was rough. >> the health care law has a major case of the hiccups. >> it was the rollout the white house has envisioned. >> more like a sputter. >> the rollout of obama care is a huge, complicated, unprecedented undertaking and is being actively sabotaged by republican governors across the country. >> why a no go on obama care in alabama? >> i believe we need accessible and affordable health care, but not what has been proposed. >> this is going to be devastat
. after that, a discussion on the obama relationship with the press. >> today on "newsmakers," congressman chris van hollen, a democrat in maryland and one of the conferees after an agreement to open up the government and raise the debt ceiling has been reached. you will sit down with your fellow colleagues to broker some sort of deal. here to help us with bastions this morning, to reporters -- andrew taylor with the associated press and david lightman. and he has the first question. go ahead. >> it you are a member of the conference. you are also a member of the supercommittee which failed. there have been various grand bargain talks that have failed. joe biden talks had failed. what are the chances, particularly now that republicans have given up a tax increase in january and are taking a hard line now, what are the chances of getting a bigger agreement to tackle our deficit? >> that is a very fair question. i was disappointed in the fact that the supercommittee did not achieve a positive result. in this latest round, the democrats have been trying to get to the negotiating
's whole strategy of fighting obama care is a failure, but they're still at it. today tea party senator marco rubio said he's introducing yet another bill to delay part of the health care law. but while ted cruz eats his cake, here's some food for thought. turns out both the tea party and the republican party are much, much less popular than obama care itself. that's right. obama care's approval is higher than both. 41%. if republicans want to get rid of unpopular things, maybe they should start with themselves. instead of delaying obama care, let's delay the gop for a year. let them step aside. and let the rest of america move forward. joining me now is emanuel cleaver, former chairman, and ryan grim, reporter for the "huffington post." good to see you both. congressman, the tea party is giving ted cruz a cake. didn't they learn anything from the shutdown? >> we would hope they would learn something. the country certainly learned something. that is we have people who have been elected to office who would come to washington and put all of their energy and intellect into tearing down the
of talk oprah is refusing to promote obama care because she feels burned by the white house. it's not just oprah grabbing the life vest and jumping overboard. jon stewart giving the president the treatment he deserves. >> apparently the health care website has 99 problems but a glitch is all of them. the [ bleep ] calculator doesn't work. the calculator, the one thing that's been included in computers since 1972? you couldn't make that work? the whole point of websites is to design them so that it's nearly impossible to not sign up for something. how are democrats going to spend this? a surge. your website is so [ bleep ] we have to use the same strategy we used to salvage the iraq war? >> we've kbot more coming from the very liberal media wing of the liberal white house as msnbc finally telling the truth about what's going on. >> they are lying about it now. they are lying about it. they are not depriving us of information, they are lying about it. they had two years to pull this together. in a country where you can go out to san jose, california, and find five people to put together a we
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